Women's Golf finishes third at Palmetto IntercollegiateKIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. - Michelle Koh finished among the top 10 individuals and Campbell placed third in the final team standings after Tuesday's final round of the Palmetto Intercollegiate at Oak Point Golf Club.
Koh (73-66-77) finished in a three-way tie for fourth place at three-over 216, 11 strokes behind individual winner Leigh Whittaker (67-67-71-205) from the College of Charleston. Whittaker was the lone player in the 92-golfer field to finish in red numbers.
Bejgrowicz was 10th overall at plus-seven 220 (72-72-76) after posting 38 pars (sixth-most) in the 54-hole event.
Kennesaw State (282-298-295-875) won the team title in the 18-school event on the par-71, 5912-yard Oak Point layout. Coastal Carolina was second (295-287-298-880), followed by Campbell (299-284-303-886) and Kansas (296-296-295-887). Host College of Charleston (287-291-311-889) tied for fifth place with Morehead State (293-299-297-889).
Other notable team scores were from fellow Atlantic Sun Conference member East Tennessee, which placed ninth (294-298-316-908) and ACC member Miami (302-309-318-929), which tied for 12th.
A junior from Kuantan, Malaysia, Koh broke school 18- and 36-hole records after Monday's second round of five-under 66 left her at 139 entering today's final round. She made two birdies on Tuesday and finished the event with 13, which tied for 3rd-most in the field. She also tied for third in par-three scoring (minus-one) and fifth in par-five scoring (minus-three).
Bejgrowicz, a senior from Lancaster, Pa., also was three-under on the par-five holes. Sophomore Teresa Urquizu finished in a tie for 15th place on the leader board at plus-nine 222 (77-70-75). She played the par-three holes at even par, which tied for the seventh-best total in the field.
Campbell stroked 41 birdies to finish fourth among all teams. CU also had 161 pars, fifth-most in the event. Both of Campbell's first two round team scores marked season lows.
Campbell freshman Kaylin Yost tied for 35th place (77-76-75-228) and had 11 birdies, fifth-highest, while senior Sandra Angulo (77-80-80-237) finished in a tie for 54th place.